What is your/ the wearer’s mobility condition? (select only one )

Walk Independently
Walk with walking aid
Walk, stand, sit with human assistance
Bed rest

What is ADL?

ADL means activities of daily living which describes the basic physical activities that people do everyday without assistance such as eating, walking, sitting and bathing. The graphical icons represent the basic ADL level (mobility condition) of people who are under nursing care.

Activities of daily living (ADL)

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) are divided into 6 levels which represents the mobility condition of the users who can independently conduct daily activities to those who need a caretaker for excretion care:

Person can completely walk by himself or herself. They are able to walk independently without any assistance. Capable of personally voiding in the toilet and mostly has light leakages caused by coughing, sneezing or laughing. Condition does not have a major impact on their day to day life.

Person is able to walk by themselves but requires some form of minimal assistance such as walking with an aid, walking pace is reduced, capable of personally voiding in the toilet with light to moderate leakages.

Person is unable to walk by themselves but can walk with human assistance. Usually voids in their own pants and is unable to use the toilet by themselves with moderate to heavy leakages.

Person is unable to walk by themselves but can stand with human assistance. Usually voids in their own pants and is unable to use the toilet by themselves with moderate to heavy leakages.

Person is unable to stand up by themselves and can only sit up with human assistance. Usually voids in their own diapers with moderate to heavy leakage.

Person requires complete bed rest and is unable to walk, stand or sit up by themselves at all. Usually voids in their own diapers with moderate to heavy leakages.